Lucy Fitz Gibbon

Lucy

Noted for her “dazzling, virtuoso singing” (Boston Globe), Lucy Fitz Gibbon is a dynamic musician whose repertoire spans the Renaissance to the present. Lucy believes that creating new works and recreating those lost in centuries past is integral to classical music’s future, and has worked closely with composers including John Harbison, Pauline Oliveros, and Kate Soper, while also giving modern premieres of works from Barbara Strozzi to Jean Barraqué. Lucy’s 2017-2018 season includes appearances at London’s Wigmore Hall, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Merkin Hall, as well as staged performances of Copland’s 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson throughout the Cincinnati metropolitan area. Recent operatic appearances include Britten’s The Turn of the Screw (Miles) with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and the workshop premieres of Sheila Silver’s A Thousand Splendid Suns (Laila) and Kate Soper’s Romance of the Rose (Lady Reason). Other recent performances include Maria Schneider’s Carlos Drummond de Andrade Stories at the Lucerne Festival, multiple appearances with the Albany Symphony Orchestra, and Max von Schillings’ Mona Lisa (Dianora) with the American Symphony Orchestra in her Carnegie Hall debut. Lucy has spent summers at the Tanglewood Music Center (2014-2015) and Marlboro Music Festival (2016-2018). Read more…